Programmer at Independent Health Information Technology
The Job: Programmer
As .NET Developer/Programmer, you will work on a variety of projects in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment. Your role is to implement and develop innovative solutions to real market business requirements in the healthcare industry. You will work closely with partners and stakeholders to develop new product offerings and improve existing ones. This position reports to the Senior Software Engineer.
Develop and implement new functionalities for existing products or new products according to the business requirement documents and software design specification.
Understand software architecture document using use cases and the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and implement solutions accordingly.
Participate in the review process for software architecture documents.
Perform software version control and maintain periodic compilation schedule.
Participate in the system specification review process to ensure system requirements can be translated into valid software architecture
Comply with all applicable product development processes. Perform detailed software design as well as implements and/or maintains code according to duties and responsibilities
Integrate internal and external product design into a cohesive user experience
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in computer science or related field
At least 3 years experience as a developer
Plus, At least 2 years experience with ASP.NET/VB.NET
At least 2 years working with SQL Server
Solid understanding of object-oriented programming (OOP) and computer science foundations, such as memory management and low-level algorithm performance
Strong knowledge of software implementation best practices
Strong experience designing and working with n-tier architectures (UI, Business Logic Layer, Data Access Layer) along with some experience with service-oriented architectures (SOA)
Ability to design and optimize SQL Server stored procedures
Passionate about building high-quality systems with software implementation best practices